The Tulsa Oilers, proud ECHL affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League and Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League, announce their 8th Annual TD Williamson Pink in the Rink Night benefiting Turn Tulsa Pink. On Saturday, February 6 when they face the Utah Grizzlies, the Oilers will wear specialty pink jerseys that will be auctioned off after the game in the ONEOK Club of the BOK Center.
The Oilers feel privileged to work so closely with Turn Tulsa Pink and are thrilled to see the growth of Pink in the Rink each year.
“It’s overwhelming,” said Turn Tulsa Pink Director Judi Grove. “Turn Tulsa Pink appreciates the Oilers for their continuous support for cancer patients in Northeast Oklahoma.”
From the jerseys, the Turn Tulsa Pink logo on the ice, to even the pink Zamboni that drives on the ice each game, the presence of this important cause is pervasive throughout the BOK Center and the Oilers are excited to welcome back this unique night!
Where many are familiar with the color pink in representation of breast cancer, this is not the main focus for Turn Tulsa Pink.
“We’re the all-inclusive pink.”
This pink is best described as the “power, passion and love” given to all who are affected by cancer—directly and indirectly.
How can you be involved?
First, come to the game in your pink! Match the players on the ice and show your support for this incredible cause that is widespread throughout Tulsa and other areas of Oklahoma. If you don’t own pink or you arrive at the BOK Center and have forgotten, don’t worry—Turn Tulsa Pink has you taken care of.
Those from Turn Tulsa Pink will have a designated booth space on the concourse where you can purchase a signature pink shirt and other pink merchandise.
Second, send in names! A favorite of the TD Williamson Pink in the Rink night benefiting Turn Tulsa Pink is the “Links of Love” shown off on the ice during a given game intermission. The pink paper links provide the opportunity to list off the names of survivors, fighters and angels of those you love. This can be done by submission through firstname.lastname@example.org or at the game itself.
The mission of Turn Tulsa Pink is to bring to light the local grassroots charities that provide services and support to all people affected by cancer in our communities. ‘We Believe Charity Begins at Home’.
“There’s nothing better than a hockey player in a pink jersey.”
Looking for Tulsa fun? Wanna spend your night in a state of the art facility? The Oilers and the Bank of Oklahoma (BOK) Center in Tulsa welcome you!
The Tulsa Oilers will be home this Friday, February 12th in their first match up with the Quad City Mallards at the BOK Center this season. If you want a fun way to kick off your Valentine’s Day weekend, this is the way to do it! The first 1,000 fans will receive a lighted bracelet, powered by PSO. These bracelets are sure to light up your world like no other bracelet, so you may want to come a bit early so you don’t get left in the dark. The bracelets will be given away at both entrances, the Grand Lobby on 3rd and Denver, as well as the Box Office Entrance on 3rd and Frisco. Grab the kids and head downtown because you sure going to love the bracelets and the game!
The Tulsa Oilers became a member of the ECHL for the first time for the 2014-2015 season. With 28 teams in the league, the ECHL has gone from an East Coast league, to one that spans the entire country. The Tulsa Oilers are one of four teams that are fortunate to call the Central division their home. The Wichita Thunder, Allen Americans and the Missouri Mavericks complete the league and always bring an entertaining game to the BOK Center.
Make sure to come back to the BOK Center Saturday and Sunday to complete a weekend full of fun and love, hosted by your Tulsa Oilers. The Quad City Mallards stick around for one final battle on Saturday, but the Oilers will look to blast the Thunder on Sunday. Where else would you want to spend a day with the person you love most in the world than with the team who has your heart?
The BOK Center, home to your Tulsa Oilers, hosts a plethora of events year-round. This state of the art facility was completed in 2008. The multi-purpose facility has a capacity of 17,000 for our Oilers games. If you are looking for an exciting night out, make the Tulsa Oilers a stop on the way. Located in the heart of the state, the Tulsa Oilers are sure to get your blood flowing and your heart racing.
With the ECHL season starting in October, the regular season games run until April. Each team hosts 36 games, and the Oilers just happen to have 11 of those in February. We will get to see all the teams in the Central Division: Wichita, Missouri and Allen. The Oilers will also face Utah, South Carolina, Quad City, Evansville and Idaho. The February 23rd game will be your last chance to see the Oilers on home ice until March 18th so make sure you come get your hockey fix before they hit the road!
Make sure mark your calendar for the game against Wichita on Sunday, February 14 for a post game skate with the Oilers. Feel free to make the team a valentine, or have them sign a keepsake. Skates are available to rent, however, they are in high demand so make sure you head down to the event level using the elevators outside of Section 109. The skates are available for $3 per pair.
The Tulsa Oilers provide a unique entertainment experience right here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In fact, the Tulsa Oilers are the only professional hockey team in the state of Oklahoma! From the quick pace, to the fights, this team is sure to leave you ready for more. Make sure to join us Friday night, as we Hunt the Mallards. You aren’t going to want to miss this event! This weekend will be the only time you will get to see the Oilers faceoff the Mallards this season in the BOK Center. Friday, Friday- come Mallard hunting Friday. We can’t wait to see you there!